Pepe creator Matt Furie is trying — again — to take Pepe back from the “alt-right.”
Richard Spencer made it onto one of France’s most popular comedy shows on Wednesday night, showing the international rep he’s been gaining.
This is an intrusion, a sign that containment of anti-Semitism has failed, that educated, nuanced people can no longer be assumed to be safe.
The Forward speaks with Reda Mansour, a Druze Israeli diplomat, about identifying as a Zionist and why Richard Spencer is wrong about the ideology.
The analogy between Zionism and white nationalism is also sure to please and energize anti-Israel activists. The parallel is perniciously false.
Zionism is nothing like Nazism, no matter what some on the extreme right — and the extreme left — may argue
White supremacist leader Richard Spencer compared his hate-filled ideology to Jewish nationalism, declaring it “white Zionism.”
Here are five reasons Dann is wrong.
Richard Spencer went on Israeli TV and compared white supremacists to Israel. Was he right?
In an interview on Israeli TV, Richard Spencer called himself a “white Zionist.”